自动操控你的手动挡车车 支持手动和手离 有着更快的速度
2. 启动应用
安装python 3.8(python官网下载 或者下载anaconda3 64-bit) 然后命令行敲
如果报缺少包的话就pip install [缺少的包名]

pip install argparse pynput numpy matplotlib ctypes win32api win32con

差不多能装好 要是报错了就一个一个装
3.选一辆你要开的车子 找个高速或者机场 开到手动挡挂1档就位
4.按f10 此时应用会提示

listening on port 5300

5.直线加速手动换挡一直加速到最高档 程序会记录你换挡时车辆的性能参数
比如6档变速箱就直线加速从1档到6档 挂上6档之后就可以再按一次f10
6.按f9即可应用f10调试出来的换挡数据 有本地缓存在record.json里会默认读取你最后一次调试的换挡参数
7.f9按一下开再按一下关 f10按一下开录制再按一下录制结束 f9和f10不能同时开(todo 后续兼容同时)
8.开车!你会发现你的手动挡也可以自动换挡了(需要保持键盘q e降档升档键位 后续支持改键)

劲敌教堂 第六元素 同样调教 手动(auto)50.225 & 自动50.608
劲敌直线加速 第六元素 同样调教 手动(auto)23.953 & 自动24.115

下面是fork来的仓库 已经改的七七八八了 主要提供了数据接口的协议


Various utilities to work with data from the Forza Motorsport and Forza Horizon games’ data stream.

A Python class containing all properties available in the data packets sent by the game’s “data out” stream. This class supports packets for the original “sled” format in Forza Motorsport, the newer “dash cam” format, as well as the format in Forza Horizon 4.

A script that will listen on a given port on the local machine and write any incoming packets to a given output file whenever the game is in a “race” state. The script runs until it is interrupted (e.g. by the Ctrl-C keyboard combination).

TSV output example

Say that we want to store our data in a file called forza_data.tsv. We can start the Python script as follows, where it will listen on port 1123 and write to the file we want:

python 1123 forza_data.tsv

Next, you will have to go into the HUD options in the game and at the bottom set “data out” to “ON”, the “data out IP address” to the IP address of your machine (how to find that depends on your system, refer to your user manual), and the “data out IP port” to 1123.

Once you’re in a race the script will start writing data to the TSV. To stop the script, hit Ctrl-C.

File formats supported

The script supports writing out tab-separated or comma-separated values. Supply the -f or --format parameter to the script to control the format. It writes out tab-separated values by default.

Say you want to write out a comma-separated file to import into Excel, add the format parameter:

python -f csv 1123 forza_data.csv

Overwrite or append to the output file

By default the script will overwrite an existing file, and start the file by writing out a row with the names of all the data properties found in the data packets transmitted by the game. If you instead want to append data to an existing file, supply the -a parameter:

python -a 1123 forza_data.tsv

When appending, the header row is not written out as it is expected to already be present in the file.

Write output in the older “sled” format

By default the script expects data packets to use the current “dash cam” format of Forza Motorsport 7. However, we still support the first version of the data out feature, the so-called “sled” format. If you want to use that format, supply the -p parameter to the script with a value of “sled”, like this:

python -p sled 1123 forza_data.tsv

We also support the Forza Horizon 4 data format, which we’ve labelled “fh4”:

python -p fh4 1123 forza_data.tsv

Specify a configuration file

The utility script can read in a YAML configuration file, which allows you to specify what data you want logged, rather than have it log all available data. If you want to use a configuration file, supply the -c parameter to the script, with a value of the name of the configuration file, for example:

python -c example_configuration.yaml 1123 forza_data.tsv

For more information about the configuration file format and the possible options, see the configuration file documentation.

Command line help

If you want to know what command line parameters you can use with the script, start it with -h. The script will then output some helpful information and how it works.

Contributions are welcome

If you know Python and wish to contribute code, please don’t hesitate to submit a pull request! There are always ways to improve, be it adding features or fixing bugs.


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